Founder and developer at Archimedes Digital
Luke Hollis is the founder of Archimedes Digital, a Cambridge-based startup dedicated to software and mixed reality development for the humanities. Rather than creating software that further distracts and isolates users, the artists, developers, and archivists at Archimedes build applications that connect us to our shared traditions and cultures. Archimedes has developed software for the Harvard Libraries, Harvard University, Peabody Museum, McMullen Museum, Gardner Museum, Princeton University, and multiple other institutions. Archimedes Digital is now partnering with libraries, museums, and archives as well as sponsors internationally to provide access to VR/AR hardware for exploring educational and heritage applications.